For those who suffer with gluten allergy, or a wheat allergy, it can be hard to find foods that do not contain this product. Bread and bread products are generally off limits for these people. In addition, sufferers should read ingredient labels carefully to decide which foods are safe to [...]Read more ›
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Sensitivity to wheat continues to grow at an alarming rate. If you walk into any grocery store today, invariably you will find products that are gluten free and a fairly common degree of knowledge concerning these products from the store owner. It has been suggested that eliminating wheat from the [...]Read more ›
Are you one of the many folks who suffer from vague digestive complaints such as gas, bloating, constipation or diarrhea? Could be that you suffer from celiac disease or a gluten allergy. As Americans strive to eat healthier by increasing amounts of grain in the diet, many people note untoward [...]Read more ›
Celiac disease is the damage in the small intestine in which those who have this disease cannot tolerate protein in wheat, barley, rye and gluten. This is because it has been found out that they are sensitive to such yet we can find that in everyday products like vitamins and [...]Read more ›
What exactly are the symptoms of Celiac Disease? It is so often under diagnosed and missed by the medical profession. Is it possible that you may have it? Firstly it is important to understand that Celiac Disease affects the villi of the small intestine. The small intestine is the third [...]Read more ›
If you suffer from gas, bloating, changes in bowel movement, weight loss, feeling very tired, and even feel weak, more often than not; then you may have an allergy to gluten or be plagued by a disease called celiac disease. Gluten is a specific type of protein, but one you [...]Read more ›
People who suffer from Celiac disease – a type of digestive disorder damaging the small intestine – cannot tolerate Gluten, a protein naturally found in wheat, barley, rye, oats (sometimes), other foods and everyday products such as certain medicines and vitamins. Experts agree that the only sure-fire way to eliminate [...]Read more ›